09 07, 00
One of the new features of BrainVoyager 2000 is its open COM-based interface so that you can invoke its algorithms using several popular scripting languages (VBScript, JScript, PerlScript) or from other C/C++ programs. We are happy to announce that you can also use Matlab to interoperate with BrainVoyager. There was no change necessary in the existing code because Matlab (on the Windows platform) is completely "COM aware". We are grateful to Alex Wade, Stanford University, to pointing this out.
21 12, 01
Brain Innovation has started to ship BrainVoyager 2000 version 4.6 to all customers. This new version provides many improvements and new features including improved preprocessing routines, reconstruction and visualization of the pial (outer cortical) surface, a Talairach brain with color-coded Brodman areas and a 3D glass brain view of functional clusters. For the experts, more than 50 new scripting commands are available allowing to create protocols, design matrices and multi study GLMs.
06 06, 07
If you are attending the OHBM conference in Chicago stop by at our booth and you'll meet BrainVoyager experts, see demos of new tools and get your questions answered. At the conference we will release BrainVoyager QX 1.9 and you can be among the first to get your copy of this important program update. BVQX 1.9 features a comprehensive set of tools for analyzing Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI) data sets, a new "Create Project Wizard", COM-based scripting on Windows (e.g., from Matlab), new possibilities for calculating, visualizing and exploring group data, and many other enhancements. Besides showing BV QX 1.9, we also present some of our upcoming highlights including exciting new tools for advanced EEG/MEG source localization in volume and surface space, a new 3D neural network software package for modelling and predicting neuroimaging data, and a new resolution-independent reporting and visualization tool.